Microsoft Project 2013 XML format support in Aspose.Tasks 5.3.0

Aspose.Tasks for .NET 5.3.0 has been released. With this release, Aspose.Tasks for .NET supports reading and writing tasks, resources, task links, calendar, resource assignments, outline codes and extended attributes data in Microsoft Project 2013 XML format. Thus, Aspose.Tasks now supports reading and writing MSP 2013 in both MPP and XML format. This month’s release has also fixed a number of bugs related to Microsoft Project 2003 and 2010 MPP formats such as calendar data update, rendering contents of a cell without truncation, and some regression issues.
April 7, 2013 · 1 min · Kashif Iqbal

Aspose Video Tutorials: A Milestone in Customer Support Efforts

Excellence in Product Support At Aspose, we believe in the professional growth, education, and training of the developers using our products, along with providing quality products. All of our products contain comprehensive help material including technical articles, how-to help topics, samples and demos etc. Now, we have launched a separate videos section containing a variety of video tutorials organized in a beautiful manner with convenient accessibility. We understand that it is not only the quality and features of our products which help us stand out but also the product support provided in the form of direct customer support and the related support material.
August 9, 2011 · 3 min · Shahzad Latif

Aspose Newsletter, August 2011

Welcome to Aspose’s August Newsletter August already! Where is 2011 going!? Well, as ever it’s been a busy time here at Aspose. Earlier this month we released Aspose.OCR for .NET which allows you to add OCR capabilities to your applications with the ease you’d expect from Aspose components. As with all new components you can download Aspose.OCR for .NET today at no additional cost if you have a valid Aspose.Total for .
August 1, 2011 · 5 min · Caroline Von Schmalensee

Introducing Enterprise Support And Other Support Changes

In our continued efforts to ensure that our products and services fit the needs of all customer sizes we’re introducing some changes to our Support Services. Since introducing Priority Support just over a year ago we’ve had tremendous feedback, from this feedback we’ve gathered that our Site subscription customers demand more from our Support Services that our Developer subscription customers. To that end, we’re introducing a more streamlined version of our Enterprise Support service, amongst other benefits Enterprise Support customers will be entitled to direct email contact with our Product Management team and regular Enterprise Support newsletters.
July 25, 2011 · 2 min · JohnOwens